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Publication in the journal Research Evaluation by Diego Aboal and Ezequiel Tacsir

08/2017

The paper The Impact of Subsidies on Researcher’s Productivity: Evidence from a Developing Country by Diego Aboal and Ezequiel Tacsir has been accepted for publication in the journal Research Evaluation, Q1 in the Scimago Journal Ranking (SJR).

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Discovering pervasive and non-pervasive common cycles

07/2017

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Paper “Innovation and Productivity in Services and Manufacturing: The Role of ICT” by Diego Aboal and Ezequiel Tacsir

06/2017

The paper “Innovation and Productivity in Services and Manufacturing: The Role of ICT” by Diego Aboal and Ezequiel Tacsir was accepted for publication in the journal Industrial and Corporate Change (Oxford University Press), a Q1 journal according to the Scimago journal ranking.

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The paper of Santiago guerreo has been accepted for presentation of the International Economics Association

03/2017

The paper “Do Heterogeneous Countries Respond Differently to Oil Price Shocks?” of Santiago Guerrero (CINVE y DYNAMA), has been accepted for presentation, at the  XVIII World Congress of the International Economic Association. The XVIII World Congress will be held in the Sheraton and Camino Real hotels in the Santa Fe area, Mexico City, Mexico, between Monday 19 and Friday 23 June 2017

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The paper Technological Content of Exports will be published in the journal Economics of Innovation and New Technology

11/2016

The paper Technological Content of Exports by Diego Aboal, Valeria Arza (CONICET and CENIT/UNTREF) and Flavia Rovira was accepted for publication in the journal Economics of Innovation and New Technology (Q1 in the Journal Citation Reports).

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Published the article “Large-scale mining in a small developing country: macroeconomic impacts of revenue allocation policies”, Resources Policy 46 (2016), pp. 433- 443.

08/2016

“Large-scale mining in a small developing country: macroeconomic impacts of revenue allocation policies”, Resources Policy 46 (2016), pp. 433- 443. Authors: Cecilia Llambi, Marcelo Perera, Flavia Rovira, Carmen Estrades Abstract If fulfilled, the plan to start exploiting iron ore reserves at a large-scale in Uruguay would attract the country’s largest foreign direct investment and would change the productive structure of the country, historically based on agricultural and livestock production. The prospective of large-scale mining could increase public revenue by taxing the activity. However, as the “natural resources’ curse” hypothesis states,…

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